The number of ghettos (a phenomenon that until recently was unheard of in wealthy and egalitarian Scandinavian nations) has been increasing explosively. 14 years ago, there were only 3 such areas in all of Sweden. Today, there are 136. "Ghettos" are here defined as areas where fewer than 60% of the adult population are working, where few people vote and where school results are significantly below national minimum requirements. Integration spokesman for Folkpartiet, Mauricio Roias, is afraid that if nothing is done about the situation, these quarters will "break loose", and that "people might get shot". What Roias isn't saying is that people ALREADY get shot, stabbed, mugged, raped and get stones thrown at them in Sweden's suburbs. The latest fad right now seems to be putting fire to schools, as quite a few school buildings have burnt down from suspected arson recently.